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City Planning: Different rules, different maps for different folks

The recent debate over the validity of the city’s online maps and whether developers and the public can rely on them isn’t a new problem…

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Long Hollow radio tower to be discussed today

Pensacola City Council Executive Donald Kraher was tasked by the City Council in November to research the Long Hollow radio tower. He will present his…

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Floodgate: The Story of the Long Hollow Radio Tower

Melanie Nichols will be on News Talk 1370 WCOA’s “Pensacola Speaks” this afternoon to talk about her upcoming presentation, “Floodgate: The Story of the Long…

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Pensacola City Council missed opportunity to stop radio tower completion

In February, Councilman Brian Spencer tried to add to the agenda for the next council meeting a discussion of the radio tower being built in…

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Olson to address Long Hollow issues tonight

PNJ reporter Will Isern is doing a follow-up story on the Long Hollow Radio Tower. Elizabeth Schrey spoke with Isern about how city staff knew…

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Former city planner says city staff knew radio tower was illegal

Elizabeth Schrey worked as a city planner for the City of Pensacola from December 2012-February 2015. She told Inweekly this morning that both her boss,…

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More opinions sought on Long Hollow radio tower

Several Pensacola City Council members have been told that the city administration is seeking to find another attorney to render opinions on the non-conformity of…

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City stonewalls request for public records of Divine Word Communications

Inweekly has made five requests for the Divine Word Communications’ records regarding the demolition of the old radio tower and the construction of the new,…

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Council members wait for more info before debating radio tower quagmire

Inweekly shared with the Pensacola City Council the two legal opinions from John Asmar regarding the non-conformity of the new, larger radio tower built in…

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